Alec Baldwin led a group of gun-toting gangster priests in a hilarious clip from his new film, Pixie.
The 30 Rock star headed up an all-star cast in the upcoming dark comedy, alongside Olivia Cooke, Ben Hardy and Normal People’s Sebastian De Souza.
But there is no doubt that the 62-year-old stole the show.
In an exclusive clip for Metro.co.uk, he could be seen driving up to a church with a group of priests and nuns in tow.
Finishing off his ice cream – priorities – he gathered everyone around as he unveiled a car boot full of guns.
‘One, two, three, four, five, six, seven. All good children go to heaven. Amen,’ he said, showing off the weapons.
‘Dear Lord, please watch over our souls as we avenge the loss of our fallen brothers,’ Gareth (Sebastian) began a prayer. ‘And especially today…’
‘Thank you Gareth,’ Alec’s character interrupted. ‘Amen. Brevity is the elixir of life.’
‘No one gets out before we do,’ he instructed, menacingly. ‘We know not what today brings forth. So may the Lord have mercy on our souls.
‘These guns aren’t going to shoot themselves.’
While we have no idea whether anyone will actually survive an attack from gun-wielding priests, we assume hilarity will ensue.
Gangsters, priests, Alec Baldwin and ice creams – what more could you ever want?
Pixie follows the story of the main character, aptly named Pixie (Olivia), as she attempts to avenge her mum’s death?
How does she do this? By masterminding a heist, of course.
But things hit a snag and she eventually finds herself on the run with two men, being chased across the countryside by scary priests.
As you do.
The film, directed by Barnaby Thompson, also stars Daryl McCormack and Dylan Moran.
Pixie will be released on Friday, October 23.
Credit: Original article published here.